Flower NameBanksia integrifolia
Formal NameBanksia integrifolia
Aliasバンクシア・インテグリフォリア, Coastal banksia, Banksia integrifolia, Coast banksia
Banksia integrifolia , commonly called as Coast banksia (scientific name: Banksia integrifolia) is native to Australia and is an evergreen tree of the family Proteaceae. It grows from Queensland, eastern Australia, in wetlands near the coasts of New South Wales and Victoria. The tree height will be 5-25 m. The leaves are collapsible and leathery, the surface of the leaves is dark green, and the back of the leaves is silvery white. From summer to winter, the inflorescences of the cylinder are stretched and light yellow flowers bloom. After flowering, the inflorescence turns into a tree, becomes a Matsukasa shape, and is spread when the seeds ripen. The genus name “Banksia” is a dedication to the British naturalist Sir Joseph Banks, and the species name “integrifolia” means “all leaves” in Latin.
Common name:Banksia integrifolia, scientific name: Banksia integrifolia, also known as Coastal banksia, place of origin: Australia, Tree height: 5 to 25 m, leaf length: 10 to 15 cm, leaf shape: folding needle shape, leaf edge: full edge, flower length: 5 to 12 cm, flower color: light yellow, leaf back color: silvery, flower cylinder: Hundreds to thousands of flowers, flowering period: summer to winter (in the country of origin, anniversary), uses: garden trees, flower arrangements, dried flowers, beckoning trees.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arrayRacemous Inflorescence
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
Flowering placeOverseas Specific area
SeasonAug Sep Oct
Height500 ~ 2500 [cm]